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SoundBytes: Isley Brothers, Billy Cobham, Nahko and Medicine for the People, more

The Isley Brothers will perform at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg on Dec. 19, 2019. Photo courtesy of the Mahaffey Theater.
Published May 13

-- Sixtieth anniversary tours are nothing to sneeze at. So get ready to shout a little bit louder now with the Isley Brothers, who return to the Mahaffey Theater on Dec. 19. Click here.

-- Legendary fusion drummer Billy Cobham is coming to Largo's Central Park Performing Arts Center on Sept. 21, part of a 75th birthday tour that'll feature trumpeter Randy Brecker in his band. Tickets are $34.50 and up. Click here.

-- Shelea will perform at the Capitol Theatre on Feb. 27. Tickets are $39 and up. Click here.

-- Viral star Randy Rainbow is coming to the Mahaffey Theater on Oct. 19. Click here.

-- Love and Theft will perform at the Dallas Bull on June 28. Tickets are $15 and up. Click here.

-- Nahko and Medicine for the People will return to Jannus Live on Oct. 11, with Nattali Rize opening. Click here.

-- Also coming to Jannus Live (and on the perfect night, no less): Here Come the Mummies on Oct. 31. Halloween! The Black Honkeys are also on the bill. Click here.

-- Last Dinosaurs will perform at the Orpheum on Nov. 9. Tickets are $15 and up. Click here.

-- Two new shows at the Brass Mug: Vicious Rumors on June 9 (click here) and SuperSuckers on Aug. 27 (click here).

-- Wax Motif will perform at the Kennedy in Tampa on May 24. Tickets are $15 and up. Click here.

Contact Jay Cridlin at cridlin@tampabay.com or (727) 893-8336. Follow @JayCridlin.

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